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William A. Blair, With Malice Toward Some
Few issues created greater consensus among Civil War-era northerners than the belief that the secessionists had committed treason. But as William A. Blair shows in this engaging history, the way politicians, soldiers, and civilians dealt with disloyalty varied widely. Citizens often moved more swiftly than federal agents in punishing traitors in their midst, forcing the … Continue reading William A. Blair, With Malice Toward Some$40.00 buy this item
William C. Harris, Lincoln and the Union Governors, 1st ed.
In Lincoln and the Union Governors William Harris Hexamines the activities of the state governors in place during the Civil War. These men often worked ahead of Lincoln in rallying citizens for the war, organizing state regiments for the Union army, and providing aid and encouragement to the troops in the field. The governors kept … Continue reading William C. Harris, Lincoln and the Union Governors, 1st ed.$24.95 buy this item
Willian C. Harris, Lincoln and the Congress, 1st ed.
In Lincoln and Congress, William C. Harris reveals that the relationship between the president and Congress, though sometimes contentious, was cooperative rather than adversarial. During his time as president, Abraham Lincoln embodied his personal conviction that the nation’s executive should not interfere with the work of the legislature, and though often critical of him privately, in … Continue reading Willian C. Harris, Lincoln and the Congress, 1st ed.$24.95 buy this item